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How difficult? Does it suck? Is dash removal necessary? Mine cracked and is thus leaking the green stuff into my cab, not cool.

Also is there any ill effect to bypassing the heater core at least temporarily if I don't have time for a full on remove and replace immediately?
 

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Ask Sarkozy, he's pretty familiar with them. Bypassing it will be fine until you actually need heat.
 

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Heater core replacement on OBS chevy's is a piece of cake. There is a box right under the glove box where the heater core rests. Its real easy to get to.
 

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Make sure you CAREFULLY take the bottom piece of the box off, after that it's a piece of cake. You can bypass it without problems.
 

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Ask Sarkozy, he's pretty familiar with them. Bypassing it will be fine until you actually need heat.
:hahano: I've put SIX of them in my truck .......

Spencer, it's super easy. 7mm socket, 5" 1/4" extension and a 1/4" ratchet. Pull the carpet away to make it easier. Bypassing it is fine, mine stays bypassed all summer now.

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:hahano: I've put SIX of them in my truck .......

Spencer, it's super easy. 7mm socket, 5" 1/4" extension and a 1/4" ratchet. Pull the carpet away to make it easier. Bypassing it is fine, mine stays bypassed all summer now.

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excellent, didn't have time to look at it until tomorrow morning for a little bit, but I will bypass for now. I'm just pissed about the mess it made of my carpet. Not even that much leaked but enough to necessitate clean up activities tomorrow. bypass here I come.
 
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